Wednesday, 20 March 2019 14:31

On My Way to Microsoft...

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After 4 years at Login Consultants, with long and careful contemplation, I have made a difficult and bittersweet but ultimately exciting decision to pursue the next chapter in my life and career and to trust the magic of the beginning.

It was an exciting, challenging and rewarding journey which took me from the Senior Consultant to the IT Architect position.

For me, Login Consultants has been the best place in the world to be a consultant. The best aspect of working at Login is that the entire company is passionate about IT. From the consultants to managed service to the back office, every single person contributes to ensuring customer success. It’s for a very good reason that the company's motto is login2success.

As to what I will be doing next: In a few days, I will join Microsoft Germany‘s Secure Infrastructure team and will continue following my passion - enabling customers to achieve more by promoting best practices and ensuring a direct path to productivity with the best Windows ever.

I remain committed to the Technet community and will also continue to blog here. There’s nothing more satisfying for me than to share my experiences and to have a positive impact on the Windows community.

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